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Happy Friday the 13th everyone below see my

 
 By: GreatPilot@me.com : November 13th, 2020-09:13
Ulysses Nardin 320-60/60 WG perpetual calendar GMT, I haven’t worn this for a few years and decided I would get it out of the safe...Jim



















I move your watch. The glory days Of Ulysse Nardin. Glad you are enjoying it.

 
 By: EdTonkin : November 13th, 2020-09:21
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I had the same one, in platinum. Loved it. I et it go just because it was aesthetically too close to the Sonata.

 
 By: amanico : November 13th, 2020-09:25




Get the sticker off the back and enjoy this nugget!

 
 By: MichaelC : November 13th, 2020-10:14
It's a lovely timepiece.

Nice UN. No offense intended,

 
 By: Thomas_3 : November 13th, 2020-10:23
but if it were a perpetual calendar wouldn't have a leap year indicator?

Hi Thomas and good question.

 
 By: GreatPilot@me.com : November 14th, 2020-18:40
I had to do some research but found that the year window at 6 o’clock (that has 20 for 2020) that also functions for the lea year and the perpetual calendar function. UN is one of a few that put the year in one of the display windows, others do the leap year but not the year also, at least I’ve never seen a watch that has both...Jim

I have an older version in Pt. (nt)

 
 By: Ronald Held : November 13th, 2020-10:46
NT  

Unlucky? not for u.

 
 By: Weems@8 : November 13th, 2020-11:25
Great UN u have.

Great ref to look at for my watch collection.

Beautiful.

 
 By: Blansky : November 13th, 2020-12:02
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This weekend is Reverso's turn. I have one question for you who have this caliber...

 
 By: hoseachandra : November 13th, 2020-16:55
This watch has approx 38 hours power reserve from the official spec. Which I guess need about 40-45 winding turn. But how many maximum turn of winding needed? I always wind it to 45 turns but never feel any resistance, and I stop at there because I don't want to break the mainspring. The power reserve is varied between 30 to 38 hours. Should I worry that I don't feel any resistance until 45th turn? Is it normal? Or should I continue until I feel the resistance? Would be thankful if someone can chime in. Regards Hosea



Don't worry about winding your Reverso, you cannot break the spring.I don't remember if there is a ' stop', here. Give it 60 or 70 turns, there is no danger, and you will see.

 
 By: amanico : November 13th, 2020-22:45
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Thank you, my friend. I will try 60 turns, and will add more if still no resistance.

 
 By: hoseachandra : November 14th, 2020-15:57
A bit of traumatic because I have broken my moonwatch mainspring few years ago smile

Great one

 
 By: JBB : November 16th, 2020-22:08
I have an even earlier model with baton markers and standard hands. Good looking watch, keeps excellent time, easy to set, and a great travel watch.